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Clinical engineering handbook (ebook)
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Call Number: Reference TP248.16 .S84 2006
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Clinical engineering (ebook)
Vol. 1 - Biofunctionalization of nanomaterials (ECSL)
Vol. 2 - Biological and pharmaceutical nanomaterials (ECSL)
Vol. 3 - Nanosystem characterization tools in the life sciences (Gerstein)
Vol. 4 - Nanodevices for the life sciences (ECSL)
Vol. 5 - Nanomaterials: toxicity, health and environmental issues (Gerstein)
Vol. 6 - Nanomaterials for cancer therapy (Gerstein)
Vol. 8 - Nanomaterials for biosensors (ECSL)
Vol. 10 - Nanomaterials for medical diagnosis and therapy (Gerstein)
Nanomaterials for the life sciences
Vol. 3 - Mixed metal nanomaterials (Gerstein)
Vol. 5 - Nanostructured thin films and surfaces (ECSL)
Vol. 6 - Semiconductor nanomaterials (ECSL)
Vol. 7 - Biomimetic and bioinspired nanomaterials (ECSL)
Vol. 8 - Nanocomposites (ECSL)
Vol. 9 - Carbon nanomaterials (ECSL)
Vol. 10 - Polymeric nanomaterials (ECSL)
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